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A new species of Schinia Hübner from the southeastern United States (Lepidoptera, Noctuidae, Heliothinae)

By Michael G. Pogue

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Schinia psamathea sp. n. is described from the southern coastal plain in Georgia and the East Gulf coastal plain in Florida and Alabama in habitats associated with sandy soil or dunes. Adult males and females and their genitalia are described and illustrated. Schinia psamathea is compared to Schinia saturata (Grote)

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